Kristina and her boyfriend finally get an apartment together and the also move in Kristina’s son, against her mother’s wishes. Things are very tense in the tiny apartment due to a shortage of meth and the lack of income and it finally peaks one night when Kristina and Trey are especially irritable and it ends in a physical confrontation and Kristina calls her mother to take the baby back home with
Many events in the book were very sad and touching when Foster the main girl in the story keeps a pillow case just with her dads stuff in there after he died in the army, she lives with her mom and her boyfriend named Huck who isn’t as nice to Foster at most times making her call him Elvis thinking of himself as a really good singer making Fosters mom the backstage singer and some days he even hits her mom at times and finally one day they get into a fight making Huck break into their house and hitting her mom so badly that they have to run away from their house very fast finding a safe place with Huck coming behind them with his car chasing them and soon they outrun him and arrive to West Virginia. Foster a 12 year old girl with a huge love for baking can bake almost anything possible to bake but she only has one problem she can’t read at all when she starts “it’s like my brain starts to close
One day Gustavo went to his country Spain then he never showed up again, Celia was very upset and she lost living her will to live. Though she has no known medical condition, she wastes away due to depression. While she is housebound, Jorge del Pino, courts her and persuades her to marry him. After their honeymoon, he leaves her at home with his mother and sister while he goes on long business trips, punishing her out of his jealousy for her past with Gustavo. His mother and sister are cruel to Celia, even more so after she becomes pregnant.
Morality aside, she “[walks] through her husband as if he were a ghost” (26), completely disregarding his emotions. Another example of adultery in the novel is Gatsby’s relationship with the married Daisy Buchanan. He finally reunites with his dream girl after five years of separation, however, Tom eventually learns of his wife’s betrayal, “I stared at him[Wilson] then at Tom, who had made a parallel discovery less than an hour before…” (124) He is enraged at the news and sees no justification in Daisy’s actions despite his own unfaithfulness. Tom and Daisy’s disloyalty further projects their lack of respect and
Ethan knows that Pattyn doesn’t have a very good home life so he gives her a gun, for self-defense. Once Pattyn is home she finds out that she has become pregnant over the summer. She decides to confide in her “friends” and all they end up doing is tell everyone, including Pattyn’s mother. Now the little relationship between Pattyn and you mom, is now lost. The only person she has left to turn to is Ethan.
Here, Nea acts without thinking and makes it sound like Sourdi will die if they don’t go to Des Moines. Nea’s decision to call Duke for help leads to Sourdi’s husband getting punched in the face. Also, this episode results in the two sisters growing further apart, which is not Nea’s intention. The mother brings some light onto Nea as a character. She tells Nea: “You not like your sister.
She looks up to her parents and tries to hold them, but her mom shuns her away because she is too busy fighting the dad. She tries to hold her brother but he pushes her away in anger as he looks at what happened to his perfect room. Kathleen
The reason to Conrad’s suicide attempt is his mom's acute coldness towards him shows her ultimate despise of Conrad because she blames him for not dying instead of her favorite first born son. After his suicide, Conrad is asked to see a psychiatrist by his father. Cal tries to bring the family back together, Beth, Conrad and himself, but fails to do so. Beth never once visited Conrad in the hospital and barely checks up on him to see if he was asleep. She began to shut herself from her husband and most importantly, her son.
Ethan is a tragic hero due to his poor-judgment, which leads to many of the downfalls in his life. These problems include: marrying Zeena, not being able to stand up to Zeena, and altering his plans after death with Mattie. By Ethan marring Zeena because she helps out with his mom while she was ill until she died. He felt he couldn’t be alone for the rest of his life; therefore he marries Zeena blindly without really getting to know her, he rushed in to it in my opinion. Zeena was 7 years older than Ethan, and you know with age there comes sickness; Ethan then became the caretaker for Zeena dealing with her constant complaining.
Tyler Perry’s For Colored Girls (2010) I chose a very powerful yet heartbreaking scene from the movie For Colored Girls. This scene is about a mother (Crystal) who is in a very abusive relationship with an alcoholic ex-marine who can’t find a job coming back from the war. She works full time trying to pay the rent and take care of her two children she had with Bo (the Marine.) Bo is angry at the world and takes his frustrations out on Crystal. Scene---Bo has been drinking when Crystal stops by to pick something up for her boss that she’d forgotten about.